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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Hey! Hey I Hey 1 . . 'EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, Best Bread, and Best Confectionery Ib obtained at R. THOMSON'S SHOP IN B ANK-STJIEET, MOLONG If you have not yefc paid liim a visit, do not fail to do so, because no place this side of Orange — and even there— can supply you with better things, both as regards quality and fbeshnesf — in the above lines than R»' THOMSON,-. FRUITERER, BAKER, AND CONFECTIONER BANK STREET N1OLONG. ~TO BAKES Y. i DEGS to inform the Residents of Molong and jj . J3 Surrounding Districts that he has started busi I ness as j Bakor and Confectioner I AT LAUKR'S NEW BUILDINGS,' | And hopes by civility and strict attention to Busi I ness to gain a fair share of patronage. I HOT PIES AND COFFEE: I &5T. .REFRKSHfclENTS AT ALL HOTJES. I SMALL, GOODS I — Of every description Fresh every day. — I BREAD, 3d. PER LO AR | _____ ? : ? _. ? __ ? t ? ' | General Storekeeper, I ? ? ? ? I The Best Store in Town v'i For securing the best of everything j$ at the...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Shearing Agreement. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

. ,, The Shearing Agreement. ? ♦— ? *-/-' To the Editor:— Sir,— Iu dismissing a case recently brought against shearers at „ Forbeg^the P.M. is repotted to have made a - statement to tb.9 effect that the case was one that should never have come into Court, 'inasmuch as had the agreement been actually broken the plaintiff condoned the offence by allowing the men, to resume work the following morning.' As this view is '? directly opposed to legal adrice given some time ago to the General Council of the Pas toralists' Union of New South WaleR, and communicated by circular to our members, the opinion of leading counsel has been oh tained and I enclose copy herewith. As disputes over the interpretation ««f the agree ment are of almost daily occurrence at this Beason, may I solicit your assistance in plac ing the opinion of council before your readers, most of whom are currying on their operations under the Agreement in question. Thanking you in anticipation, [ nm etc., ?Whiteley King, Sec...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

J. G. DONALDSON, NEWS AGENT, Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Tobacconist Depot, BANK STREET, MOLONG. JG. DONALDSON begs to inform the Public of Moloug and Surrounding Districts ? that he hus juat opened a New and Varied Assortment of Fancy Goods, Stationery, and Tobacconists' Requisites, Which he is now offering at Prices to suit the times. FOR CRICKETING TOOLS— Spring Cane-haudle Bats, English Balls and Scurapa— you cannot surpass DONALDSON'S Stock. LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS and Balls can also be obtained at DONALDSON'S. CONCERTINAS ! ACCORDIANS ! There is now on view at DONALDSON'S Stationery aod Fancy Goods Repository a large aud splendid variety of American Concertinas and Acconlians — indeed, the assort-, meat is the best to be seen outside Sydney. Concertinas ftum 4s 6d upwards ; Accordians from 8s 6d, Just call and look at them. glf' Agent for the 'MOLONG EXPRESS' and all Sydney Newspapers. Orders promptly attended to, aud all papeis regularly posted to any address. Note the Address:...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Squibs on Military Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Squibs on Military Matters. TBy 'Attention.'! Dibbs has at last fired the bomb-shell that the Molong volunteers of 1891 have so long been wailing for. It lodged safety in Mo long this week, and the contents which have been exposed to view are the cause of jubi lation in the breasts of many heroes. . For just on two long solitary years the members of the local corps during 1891 have been attacking the Government for that which riehtlv belonged to them (tbe volunteers). and owing to certain influences which have been brought to -bear upon the Premier lately the Chief Minister of State in this colony has seen fit to accede to the just lequests of the men. In consequence thereof the deferred pay for December quartet 1891 and tbe effi ciency for that year .may now he obtained from that right good ' sort' Lieutenant Martin, by simply asking for it. Hooray ! Bravo J. C. Neild, John Quinn, and the Express. ,....'., Another welcomo item to the mem bers of tbe Molong Volunteer Corps should be...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Quack Medicines. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Quack Medicines. : ,. fl . — ♦ . ? . ^1 In his last report Mr. Hamlet^ Government ? Analyst, thus refers to quack .medicines : — 9 ' Spj&e interesting facts came to my know-, ? led^e regarding: quack medicines, which fl serve to show that simple, harmless substances. ? are used by those who traffic upon the credu- 9 lit? of the public instead of running the ? risks inseparable from the unskilled use of ? patent drugs. . A poor woman living in the: ? country had a child hopelessly suffering from ? infantile paralysis; — a cripple and quite un- ? able to walk. One of the many quack ad ver- ? tisements in a Sydney paper was answered, ? and brought the piompt reply that the child's ? case was not hopeless, *ud that on ttie pay-.. I ment of .£1 medicines would.be fowarded of , ? such undoubted efficacy as to make the child ? walk about quite naturally in less than six I weeks from the date of applying the remedy.; ? The money being sent to the Sydney address,; ? the women receive...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Local Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Local Commercial Intelligence. Thb following are the wholesale quotations :— £ s d £ s d Fowls, per pair ? ... 0 2 0 to 0 2 6 Turkeys, per pair ... ... 0 3 6 0 6 0 GeeBO, per pair ? ... 0 2 0 0 2 6 Duoke, per pair . ... ... 0 .2 0 0 2 6. Eggs, per dozen ? 0 0 6 0 0 7' Fresh Butter, per lb... ... 0 0 '6007 Cheese, per lb... ... ... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb ? ... 0 0 9 0 0 10 Honey, per lb... ;.. ... O 0 3 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton ... ... 5 0 0 6 10 0 Wheat, per bushel ... ... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Maize, per bushel, ... ... 0 2 10 0 8 0 Oata, per bushel, feed. ... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Chaff, per ton... .,. ... 8 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ? .„:.. 2 0 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per ton ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, per ton ? 3 0 0 3 10 0

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Trauslating It. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Translating It. ^, ? Babon Dowse once was Judge where the accused could only understand Irish, and an interpreter was accordingly sworn. The prisoner said something to the interpreter, and the latter replied. 'What does he say,' demanded the Judge. 'Nothing, my Lord.' 1 How dare you say that, when we all heard him? Come, sir, what was itf 'My Lord,' said the interpreter/ beginning to tremble, * it has nothing to do with the case.' 'If you don't answer Ifll commit you, sir. Now, what did: he aay¥ 'Well, my ?Lord, you'll excuse me, but he said : 'Who's that ould woman with the red bed curtain around her, sitting up there V At which the Qour.t roared. iAnd ; what did you say?' asked i the Baron-- looking uncomfortable. ''I ' said,! 'Whist,1 ye apalpeen !i That's: the ould boy that's going to hang yez !' ; - I

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ORANGE STOCK REPORT. J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

ORANGE STOCK REPORT, J. S. Lbedb akd Co. Fat Cattle. — Fifty-five yarded. The market was dull and draguy, especially on heavy weightB, *vhioh. suffered a deoline of fully 10s per head. We sold 25 bullocks for the Hon. John Smith, Boree, averaging £4 6s. Other sales, were-: 30 cowi from Forbes. Fat Sheep. — 460 yarded by us only. The murket was firm at last week'B prices. We sold for MesarB. Gatenby and Co/, Jsmolong, 66 ?horn weathers at 6s 5d, 147 at 4» Id, 176 at 3? 9d, 50 at 4a, 17 lambs at 4a 9d. Store Sheep. — Woolly wethers in demand. We sold for Mr. T. Durack 427 wethers at 6s, 400 eweB at 5s 6d, 551 ewes with lambs at foot at 6s 9d, 200 dry ewes at 6s. Store Cattle. — Only a few locals yarded. We sold 10 head for M. O'Neill and 6 huad for M. Clanoy. ?? . ? Horses —Market dull. We sold 12 head for Messn. J. B. Lane, H. Rea, G. Adams, P. Owens, and P. Sheridan. Pricus ranged from £3 10^7. Orauge, Oot. 30.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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W. N. NoULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

W. N. Nocldeb. . Fat Cattle.— Fifty-five yarded. Market showed an improvement on late sales. I sold fur Mr. F, 0. Crowe, Wowingragoug, 30 oows and heifers to £3 6s. Store Cattle. — Only « few small lots yarded. I sold for Mr. R. Griffiths 14 steers at 13s 6J. Horses.— Market dull, the descriptions yarded not being suitable. Icsold 5 head to £7. Orange, Oct. 31.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LATEST REGULATION CONCERNING POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

LATEST REGULATION CONCERNING POSTAL NOTES. Sydney, Friday. — It has been decided to allow persons desirous of remitting sums con taining odd pence to do so by affixing un obliterated postage stamps not exceeding five pence in value to any postal note, the amount of which, together with the value of the stamps affixed thereto, will be paid on pre sentation at the Post Office. -

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THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

S , THE CRICKET MATCH. . , ; |g A cricket match was also played : here on M Saturday last between the boys of the. re-' || spective Public Schools of Orange and Mo || long^J. i^- strong wind : was blowing during M the time; the match - was being played, but in ? M -'other1 respects ' no fault' could - We found. ' Mr. ml Davis! and Mr.1 Atkinson kindly 'acted' as — MastqrFo.yd acted as captain for the, Orange boys-and-'Masfer .Gilland for Mb'lo'ngJ'1 The match was well contested. The following are tllescores:— ' '?,...' ' , .' ', .'ll,':'/'|',''l/ Orange— -First Innings.,.1' ^ '' .' P. McDonald, ii'Daly .. '. ,: ^ \,#^.{'?' ' G. Blowes, b Thomson .. c;-..; ...4,;,,!' A. Leak, c Taylor ... ... ; 6 n — Ford, b Daly ..'. (... - 0 ' i'1 A. Hicks, b Thomson !i.. ^1 ' ;i — Quick, b Thomson ' '..-. 2 , — Pike, b Thomson .. ,???!', ^ — Connelly, c A. Clarke( ....' 1 — Smith, b Daly .,. , ..'. 0 — Tanner.i-b Th'omnbn-- c\ )-, J.L .0 ? — ? Stobbo, not out ... i 1)(..~. 0 Byes... ... r ...'^1 '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

DR. GEORGE ON LEE, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydney, will see Patients 13th November, at Royal Hotel, Forbes, 14th, Toohey's Hotel, Parkes, 10 till 1 p.m ; 15th, Freemasons' Hotel, Molong. All persons Buffering from any Internal Diseases, Tumours, Oancers, and Abscesses may have them dispersed by Medicine, without putting. He cures JBad Eyes and Fits. He asks no questions, but will tell them where the pain ia felt, and informs Ms patients as' to an ultimate cure or otherwise. .--Has practised 23 years in Sydney, Consultation Fee, 10s 6d. To Sye, Ear, and Throat j Patients. ~^r DR. SCHWAHZBAOH, of Sydney, (Registered), ] haying been called professionally ? to Dubbo ] -will remain one day in Orange, where he may be consulted by Eye, Ear, and Throat patients at the ... Club Uouee Hotel, on Friday, November loth. ' - Important Notice^ I ALL STOCK' found TRESPASSING ov my OCCUPATION LICENSE LAND after this ? date, will be Impounded, without respect to per* sous*...

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Orange and Molong Public Schools. LAWN TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

'--'Or^ge''wd'~il^cdongyFubliprSq|b.oois. LA WNTENNTS, MATCH. / ? -?(?'...-./ 1 1/ v-^rf'-u.K'i !' !- ..-./j^Bh',,. [.OOMMiUNIOATRBD.:']:-j'i!'-.i H.}HM:i A-teNnis,, match was played .at/ Molong. ;on - Saturday j last, 'bet ween , four 6% [ the - teachers: of the , Superior Public - School,', (Change,-; and ? four, teachers of Moloilg. jThe day7 was somewhat unfavourable for tennis play-i; ing, »3 s* strong gale of wind was blowing dining the time of the matches, which had the effect of marring the games considerably. Neither side,, under the circumstances, there-' fore, had a fair chance of playing their best. AH things considered, the sets, however, were weir contested, and. witnessed by a large I number of local residents. Mr. E. Finch I acted (as' umpire and Dr. Ross as scorer. The 1 first match was played between the head I teachers,' viz., Mr. Barrett' and Miss Black, ' 1 of Orange, against Mr. 'Bridekirk and Miss 1 Stevenson; of Molong, and resulted ; as' I follpws.1: — !'?'?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York is,- as statistical returns prove, the largest institution of the kind in the world. To mark the completion of its first half century's business it hns introduced new hu-1 desirable forms of life and investment policies, which are being extensively issued. As will be seen by advertisement in another column, this Company is prepared to appoint a first class local agent, for -Molonig and surrounding district; and applications for the position c*n be forwarded to Z. C. Rennie, General Manager, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney.* Department of Lands, Sydney, 24th October, 1893. CROWN LAND SALE, AT the LAND OFFICE, MOLONG, on WED NK6DAY, 16th NOVEMBER NEXT, at 12 o'clock noon, the following will be offered at Auc tion, viz. : — ' Country Lots — No. 181, Parish Boree Cabonaej No. 173, Parish Bowan. Area — 48 acres and 85 acres respectively. OpBet Prices (inclusive of the velue ,of improve ments upon the land) : Lot 181, £2 10s per -acre; Lot 173, £1 12s...

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Her Majesty's Heaviest Subject. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Her Majesty's Heaviest Subject. ? r^ ? THE subject of a .portrait in ' THE STAND ARD Illustrated Visitors' List,' (an Engr.. lish periodical, a copy of which has been. kindly supplied us by Mr. .Chas., Stock well) is Mr. Thomas Longley, who is acknowledged to be the heaviest man, not only in Her Majesty's dominions, but in the world. His residence is at the Star Inn, Church Street, where he is always pleased to receive visitors — and, needless to say, there are many, who travel - long distances , to, see him. . H« was boru in Dover in 1848, and brought up to the busi ness of a butcher,, which trade his father carried on for many years in Snavgnte Street,, Dovei, being, highly respected people, and of little more tliiin normal size and statue. Mr. Longley has relatives in Dover, but he is quite exceptional in his abnormal size. His weight is 5cwt, 2qrs. 5l!-s ; measurement — chest, 70 inches ; ^aist, 83 inches ; calf of leg, 26 inches ; height, 6ft. lin. Although - liis obesity incre...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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British and Foreign Bible Society. MOLONG A JXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

,'?'?? ??! U »? ^ T British and Foreign Bible Society. - -?*-«:?*- mOLONG' A JXILIARY. Thb annual meeting of the Molong Aaxiliarf of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the School of Arts on Monday even , ing last. The Rev. J. Alldii presided, hut , i there was only a very meagre attendance. v ' 'The proceedings were opened by the Bingin^ of a hymn, followed by the reading ot a portion of Scripture by the Rev. J. Mayo, and the offering of a Bhort prayer by the itev. D. A. Guaenan. After a few intro n , dactory rema'iks from the Oliaiiman, the ' Seoretary'f (Mr. G. H. Tempest, J. P.) report v waa read by Mr. A. G. Beveridge as follows :— Your oommittee are thankful that although we have passed through a tery depressing — that ° , . is, financially— year, this. branch has been fairly ?' ' Bucoeasful, and they trust the coming year mav ? be more bo, that the returns, when the lady collectors — who have beea delayed in collecting -r-have finished their work, will be larger...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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More Capital, More Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

More Capital, More Labour. 'To the Editor: Sir, — At, .the present moment when the depressed condition of in dustrial affairs has occasioned such an ex tensive dearth of employment, ib is a matter for regret to find many of those who claim to be representative's of the labouring classes con tinuing to' denounce capital as the enemy of labour, when it is patent to all who do not wilfullv close their eves, that it is the absence of inactivity of oapital, occasioned largely by the attacks continually being made upon it, which is at the bottom of the stagnation found everywhere prevailing. It cannot be too emphatically declared that what is wanted to, increase the demand for labour is more capital — that is,' money requiring to be em ployed in industries, productive or manufac turing, that will pay for the labour on which the capital is employed, and leave a profit to pay for the use of, and augment that capital, ready to employ mote labour. By ho other means can even a young country li...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Managementship Of the Gas-works. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

The Managementship 0{ i r ; the Gas-wprks; lj 7 \ Just before going to press this 6venino ? (Friday), we were informed that a special r meeting of the Molong Municipal Counti, '- has been convened for to-night to consider an !?? offer made to the Counoil by Mr. O. C. Leigh. '? : ton, to continue the managementship U of the gas-works. It has been stated to u^ \'. that Mr. Leighton has expressed his willing. ? ness to the Mayor and other members of thj ? Council to perform the whole «f the duties set out in the specifications for £3 a week '. and house rent frets, aud to forfeit ona ' month's salary to the Council, to be paid to the gentleman, in lieu of a month's notice, ', : who was appointed at the meeting on Tuei. : day last. ;

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ? * ? The monthly meeting of the School of Arts Committee takes place this (Friday) evening. We would again draw the attention of our readers to the cantata, entitled ' Given in Charge,' to be given in the School of Arts,-on Tuesday next, in connection with the Wesleyan Sunday School. There will be very large choruses, both of children and adults in the various musical selections, and doubtless a treat is in store for those who attend. On Wednesday morning, while shunting in the local railway yards, an engine left the rail? at one of the points, but with the assistance of hands to the number of about a quarter ot a century, the steam horse was soon replaced. Beyond a very slight injury to the points no damage whatever wab done. Local business people should be on the alert. According to a Bathurst print, a business man in that city was 'got at' the other day by a man paasiug a silvered penny for a two-shilling piece, in payment for 'goods bought.' Complaints have b...

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Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Pigeon Match. § j __ ? ^_ ? _ . , On Wednesday afternoon a handicap pigeon I ,j match for £5 was shot for in the Vale Head V\ paddock. The match was the first of its „ kind shot for. in Molong for ; some considerable time past, and there is uo L dou'bt that f»ct had a lot to do with the 3 success which attended the efforts of the ? .^ promoters. No less than 23 competitors ? I toed their respective marks, the scratch inun ;' ] being Mr. H. Wright. The shoo.tinjj cau [ ! nob by any means be classified g^'U'j for out ' j of the whole of the competitors' only eight ? remained in after the tiist round — that is, | only eight managed to knock over their first ] bird. Three were only successful in ' down- \ ing' the second pigeons, and two accoin- j plished the feat of killing three, ind thus 1 divided the first and second prize money. _J Appended are the results of the match and the j different sweepstakes. The 'Jgures between - parenthesis denote the handicap in yards of ' each shooter....

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